Anfo Ridge Road: exciting ride on the Alpine ledges

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Italian route Anfo Ridge Road located in the province of Brescia in Lombardy is considered to be one of the most dangerous roads in the world. And not without reason. At the 20 km distance many pitfalls lie in … More »

Motorcycling around the Giant Mountains: Polish-Czech Fun

Szklarska Poreba, Karpacz and surroundings are very popular among enthusiasts of two-wheelers. It’s not a surprise, since it’s a great region for touristic, scenic rides at the feet of the Jizera Mountains, the Giant Mountains (Polish: Karkonosze) … More »

The Gavia Pass, the nicest suprise among Italian routes

During our trip through the Italian Alps, the famous Stelvio Pass, called “the Queen of Alpine routes” naturally bacame our main goal and attarction of that memorable day. However, to our surprise, it wasn’t the route that stole … More »

The Grossglockner: Alpine meeting with glacier

The most famous alpine route in Austria, the Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse, has been the mecca for bikers and cyclists for years. Some of them are discouraged by its commercial dimension, sealed with ticket gates and attractions map … More »

The Stelvio Pass, the biggest ZigZag in Europe

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Probably every motorcyclist has already heard about the Stelvio Pass. It’s called the queen of alpine routes, the motorcycle Promised Land, the most winding road in Europe. It’s simply the classic of two-wheeled expeditions. After our ride to the Stilfser Joch … More »

The road through the Durmitor, in the land of canyons and mountain landscapes

There are neither any typical alpine switchbacks and hills nor huge amount of sharp bends. You won’t meet there hundreds of motorcyclists, that you could greet with your left up. There aren’t any roadside shops with … More »

The picturesque route through valleys and gorges of the Romanian Carpathian Mountains

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The topic of motorcycle routes in Romania usually focuses on the Transalpina and the Transfăgărășan road, which are listed in almost every ranking of the best routes in Europe. But not only these routes attract so … More »

The Balkans by motorbike, part II: Tara and Durmitor in Montenegro

During the whole Balkan trip, Montenegro enchanted us the most. This is a tiny country, but delighting at each kilometer with Mediterranean views, hung like paintings under blue sky, between the mountain ridges and surface of azure water … More »

The Balkans by motorbike, part I: Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Our journey through the Balkans was another 3-week escape from everyday life. Condensation of emotions. Fragment of the year that we remember the most. Unlikely to our first escapade into Europe, this time it was supposed to … More »

The Walim Pass

Similarly to the Woliborska and Jugowska Pass, the Walim Pass is scenic and enjoyable to ride through. That is why some bikers at weekends so eagerly move towards the Owl Mountains Landscape Park (Polish: Park Krajobrazowy Gór Sowich). The road … More »

Sveti Jure and our motorcycle climbing above the clouds

Great views, exciting and challenging route, fabulous landscapes and the sea. The sea on the horizon, sea of ​​mountains and sea of ​​clouds gliding lazily beneath us. Tourists delighted, contemplating the place they have just reached. And it was … More »

Bieszczady on a motorcycle through the Eastern Beskids – where the heart wants to return

The ocean of gentle mountains to the horizon in the paler and paler shade of blue. Pastures waving with a golden mane, scattered rocky islets, foxes and grass snakes sneaking through the fields of berries, small … More »

Intriguing hyperboloid on the top of Ještěd

Whenever we climb somewhere on the Sudeten mountain ridges and look at the Jizera Mountains, a mysterious spike on the Czech side always attracts our attention. This intriguing building is a 94-meter hotel and television transmitter, which was built in … More »

Kotor from the hillside of Lovcen – best views of the Adriatic Pearl

Panorama of the Bay of Kotor seen from 1200 m a. s. l. was undoubtedly one of these views that not only took our breath away, but also recalled the spirit of infant enthusiasm. And like … More »

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